Today I’m at my peak ovulating which also means I’d be discharging a lot today.
However, I forgot to wear a panty liner today. You see, I normally wear my liner at my peak ovulation.
If you look at my calendar on the left my peak ovulation is highlighted in the darker light blue.
The lighter blue is my regular ovulation days.
Those days I don’t need to wear liner because I don’t discharge a lot if at all.
Overall my ovulation lasts for 5 days.
Usually, my peak ovulation arrives in the middle of my ovulation days.
However, this month is different.
My peak ovulation had arrived one day early.
I’d spend most of the day sitting working at home at my desk.
With a purple top and a green short skirt.
Way too short for my own good.
Definitely not a skirt to be sitting in public.
But, I was at home so it didn’t matter.
No one was around to look up my skirt.
Later on, that day when I got up my panty felt damp. More than usual.
It felt that a lot of fluid had coming out of my vagina.
I quickly took a look at my menstrual calendar and realize today was my peak ovulation.
I’ll be discharging quite a lot of fluid today.
Unfortunately, my panties got wet because of my unexpected amount of discharge I have today.
Luckily I notice my panty becoming damp before it was getting even wetter.
Normally my panty liners will protect my panties from becoming wet and smelly.
Although my panties had got wet it isn’t so bad with a bit of a wash and scrubbing can fix it.
I have to change into a different panty with a liner.
I should pay more attention to my schedule.
A woman’s menstrual cycle is subject to change. Something I need to keep in mind, if I don’t want to get these cute panties of mine to get soaked and ruin.